It’s not paranoia if everyone is always out to get you, right?
As with Canos in October, the Hourihane incident was "not seen" so went before a panel of three former referees. They ruled that it didn't equate to violent conduct. Therefore, no further action. #lufc— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) April 30, 2019
Patrick Bamford, rightly, was given a two-match ban for blatantly simulating getting a punch and getting Aston Villa’s El Gharzi sent off. Of course, Bamford is not the only player to have ever dived this season, and yet Leeds are the one who suffer.
And for the punch from Conor Hourihane on Mateusz Klich? It was ruled as not “violent conduct” which means that any one of us should be allowed to punch someone from the FA anytime we like, and if they complain just reply, hey, it’s not violent, what’s your problem?
On to the links.
Leeds United Links
A look at Kemar Roofe v Patrick Bamford. [Through It All Together]
England and English Football Links
Bristol City beat Millwall 1-2 to try and stay in the hunt for the final playoff spot in the Championship. [BBC.com]
World Football Links
Liga MX needs to fix its ‘Veracruz’ problem. [ESPN.com]